Montana’s Most Unique Souvenirs

Where else but Montana can you shop inside a tepee for elk antlers one day, and browse for souvenirs with your feet in a bubbling hot spring the next?

232 Central Ave, Whitefish, MT 59937, USA
From huckleberry products and Montana tees to bear paw slippers and shot glasses on skis, Crystal Winters in Whitefish has it all. With their eclectic and extensive array of gifts and souvenirs you will certainly be able to find something for everyone. Show the world your Montana pride with an “I Heart Montana” t-shirt and matching sweatshirt. Or deck your car out with a few Montana mountain decals. Having trouble finding something for the person who has everything? Crystal Winter’s vast collection of colorful wind socks and wind chimes are sure to please.
347 US-212, Crow Agency, MT 59022, USA
The Trading Post makes the perfect ending to your Custer Battlefield tour. Brush up on your Native American knowledge or become a Custer expert with their vast collection of historic novels, CDs and videos. Beautiful Native American paintings, sculptures and jewelry make excellent gifts but for a truly unique treasure, check out their authentic teepees for sale. Nothing says, “I love you” more than the gift of teepees.
140 N Higgins Ave, Missoula, MT 59802, USA
Whether you root for the Montana Grizzlies or cheer on the Ospreys, the MSO Hub has you covered. Hats, shirts, pants and socks; show your team pride from your head to your toes. For those torn between teams, the Hub also has a vast selection of Missoula gifts and Made in Montana products and souvenirs. Postcards, bear-paw-shaped chocolates and Missoula themed Monopoly are just a few excellent gift ideas.
310 N 13th St, Billings, MT 59101, USA
Whether you’re a frequent flier or a first time traveler, Red Oxx bags and luggage will outfit your exploration with style. Red Oxx carries a multitude of high quality bags and suitcases specifically designed for whatever adventure you’re about to embark upon, whether it be a wild African safari or a business meeting a state away. Safari bags, expedition bags, day packs, briefcases and garment bags are just a few of their products; all hand made in Montana.
A 20-minute drive from the northern Yellowstone boundary, nestled under the wing of the Absaroka Mountains in Montana’s Paradise Valley, the Chico Hot Springs are an exercise in rejuvenation, and must feature on any Yellowstone travel itinerary. Native Americans first used the bubbling springs for cleaning laundry and for bathing, while today the spring pools are enjoyed by families year-round. Chico Hot Springs Resort features rustic log cabins, chalets, luxury cottages and traditional suites. The resort outfits horseback rides, rafting trips, dogsled treks and more, while dinner in the Chico Hot Springs Dining Room is one of the finest Western gastro experiences you’ll ever encounter; the BBQ bison short-rib ravioli is a revelation.
240 Central Ave, Whitefish, MT 59937, USA
For unique, one-of-a-kind, locally made gifts, look no further than Whitefish Pottery. The store sells personal work from their own employees as well as locally made paintings, photographs, pottery and jewelry. If you’re a beer enthusiast, you’ll be particularly interested in the beautiful pottery growlers and cups created by Tim Carlburg. The work of Montana artist Carol Hagan is also noteworthy; her bright and colorful paintings of Montana wildlife are stunning.
2662, 222 Central Ave, Whitefish, MT 59937, USA
The unique and eclectic work of more than 150 artists across the country fill the shelves of the Purple Pomegranate. From functional ceramics and delicate glass work to whimsical sculptures and wearable woodwork, the shop is full of remarkable surprises.
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